Consider a recent interpersonal conversation you had in a business setting.
Create a 1,050-word analysis in which you complete the following:
Discuss the content of the conversation. What was communicated in the conversation, and who were the communicators?
Explain which style best describes the method of communication you and the other person used throughout the conversation.
Explain why you selected those styles and how the conversation would have been different if you had used each of the different styles of communication.
Explain each style and how the conversation would have been affected due to the differences and did the business setting affect your style of communication.
Discuss in what ways the business setting affected the communication process.
The mass media can be classified as the most significant platform for young modern teenagers to portray their lifestyles in an individualized perspective of view. Mass media has always been emphasizing the concept of youth representing a meaningful and influential phase in a person’s life actively. However, the appearance of youth as a symbol and victim as well as threat to the society contradicted the media action. Boëthius stated that popular culture portrayed in the media has always been a threat to the teenagers and the threat has been expressed very clearly through a process which the media overemphasize the criminal behaviour of young teenagers for its own good, called as ‘moral panics’. Osgerby (1998b) argues that the economic boost of the 1980s teenagers were rarely symbolized as an icon of ‘consumer empowerment’ when there’s a statement pointing out that the teenager’s use of the media is encouraging their consumer lifestyle. Chapter 3 Brand Marketing and The Influences of Attitudes The marketers of a brand are always implying the message that wealth and aspiration to wealth are cool. This sparks the urge in a teenager to keep possessing more item in order to fulfil their materialism and increases consumerism at the same time. On what stated at Chapter 1.2, we can conclude that discount and low prices are not the crux of attracting customers as well as to boost the sales. The marketers are influencing the attitudes of consumer through design. The function of attitudes, a theory developed by psychologist Daniel Katz, explains to us the four classifications of what attitudes served us are utilitarian, value-expressive, ego-defensive and knowledge. Utilitarian function of attitude helps us to focus on a product benefits by reaching our goals. Marketers work to change our buying attitudes with problem-solving capabilities of their products with the utilitarian function. The value-expressive function, which is been practiced by the teenagers in the streetwear culture, means that we are expressing our personality and image through the products we buy and wear. The function of value-expressive attitude has been widely used by the marketers by assuring a more lavish and happy life when you own their products, whether its accessories, cosmetics or clothing. The ego-defensive function, an attitude we formed to protect us from anxieties from being judged. The concern about our look motivates us to pay attention to our grooming and use product>GET ANSWER